you know how when you were a kid and your ma made meatloaf with bread or crackers to stretch it out? well this post is kind of like a meatloaf. it started the other day with the close-ups of these pages. and now i'm stretching that right out into today.
i'm clever like that. post stretching. i'm a post stretcher.
as i mentioned in the previous post, pam started the page on right above and i finished it. that was fun and i want to do it again.
these are the very last pages in this visual journal. i decided they would all be buttered with creamy layers of pink, orange, pink, pink, and some yellow. i wanted to take advantage of all the leftover paint in the lasagna pan.
see those chalky grey circles up above? they make me ecstatic. when i was painting them i think i was thinking of donuts. raspberry filled yeasty donuts with a thick layer of lavender icing on top. or.
maybe i just thought of that a second ago.
i sort of wish everything didn't remind me of food.
in my next life i'm going to come back as a naturally thin vegan person who does not think of orange marmalade bisquits while she smears orange paint on her pages.
the thought of watermelon jelly beans with an orange sherbert chaser will never cross my mind.
ever. not even once.
guess what? i found a super cool corner-rounding action and it's FREE. FREE!!!
you want it? okay.
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isn't it nice to have such insanely helpful people floating around in the blogosphere? not me. i mean the corner rounding action maker.